Just War theory and the Challenges of Asymmetrical Warfare IntroductionJust War theory and the Challenges of Asymmetrical Warfare Introduction
Its origins can be traced back to the Peloponnesian War, when unwritten rules forbade invading armies to burn olive trees as a method of warfare in the knowledge that the recovery of these slow-growing trees would mainly affect civilian
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I introductionI introduction
Further, it misses the opportunity that Indigenous-Australian land laws offer to the development of a distinctively Australian property law — one that has confidently departed from its colonial origins and is well-adapted and responsive to the real of
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most national constitutions also guarantee certain rights to the people. Historically, before the evolution of modern codified national constitutions, the term constitution could be applied to any important law
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Walther’s 200th Birthday a faith Worth ImitatingWalther’s 200th Birthday a faith Worth Imitating
Rev. Cameron A. MacKenzie, PhD, professor, Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Judicial Review and Constitutional InterpretationJudicial Review and Constitutional Interpretation
States retained great deal of power. Primary power of federal government was to declare war, regulate trade with Indians, settle boundary disputes
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Ten myths of science: Reexamining what we think we knowTen myths of science: Reexamining what we think we know
McComas, William, "Ten myths of science: Reexamining what we think we know " Vol. 96, School Science & Mathematics, 01-01-1996, pp 10
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